India successfully tests short-range ballistic missile ‘Pralay’

India on Wednesday successfully testfired the Pralay surface to surface ballistic missile which can strike targets from 150 to 500 km, DRDO officials said. The solid-fuel, battlefield missile developed by the DRDO is based on Prithvi Defence Vehicle from the Indian ballistic missile programme. As 2021 is coming to an end, Defence Research and Development Organisation … Read more

BrahMos air launched about to be mass-produced, can strike upto 1500 km

On 8th November 2021, India successfully test-fired the air-launched version of the BrahMos supersonic cruise missile from a Su-30MKI fighter jet, clearing it for serial production. Despite the high cost, the “BrahMos” supersonic cruise missile is constantly being equipped with the Indian armed forces. This heavy-duty supersonic cruise missile with a maximum speed of  Mach … Read more

India’s SMART missile torpedo: can strike targets upto 650 km

India successfully flight-tested its indigenously developed SMART torpedo system on Dec 8, with the Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO) hailing it as a “game changer” in anti-submarine warfare. The Indian Navy has been enhancing its ability to counter Chinese submarines and control the Indian ocean.” Limited by its strength, this ambition has always been difficult … Read more

Not only Russia and Ukraine, even Belarus also help China to build to Jet engine

China has started equipping Chengdu J-10 jets with indigenous WS-10 engines. The move reflects China’s confidence in its locally developed technology. China has long relied on Russian imports to power its jet aircraft. But Now Thaks to Ukraine, Russia, and Belarus after 40 years of struggle China finally able to make an good jet engine, … Read more

The Indians saved our defense industry, but we kept fooling them: Russian General

“In general, everything was going well in the beginning until we started ‘fooling’ them,” said General Leonid Ivashev. According to Russian news site svpressa, while relations between Russia and India are somewhat faltering, the US has safely entered the Indian market with its weapons and does not give up this position easily. Eric Garcetti – … Read more

Carl Gustaf: The Recoilless Rifle, The Indian Army Loves In A Fight

Simple equipment, accurate, easy to maintain, variety of ammunition, longer life, sturdy. Indian army has used it for decades in CT operations and in war. Carl Gustaf proved a very potent weapon against transportation vehicles, bunkers, and tanks. Over the years, the Indian Army has banked on the Carl-Gustaf as its weapon of choice, ever … Read more

SPIKE: The Israeli Missile Killing Tanks All Over The Planet

Drive a ‘Nail’ In Enemy Tanks with Israeli SPIKE System: If you haven’t heard of the Israeli SPIKE family of anti-tank missiles, you are in for a treat because this is one of the most advanced systems in the world that can destroy enemy armor. Israel’s well-known defense firm Rafael manufactures the various systems and they have … Read more

Why no one is interested on Chinese J-10 fighter aircraft

In a potential dogfight with Indian fighter jets, the Chinese-supplied Pakistani JF-17 could be easily shot down. When Pakistan and China first signed a contract for the production of the JF-17 fighter jet, the deal was seen as a “groundbreaking” joint venture that could challenge India’s premier fighter jet. Although the Pakistan Air Force (PAF) already … Read more

7 brave T-shirts on aircraft carriers: what do their colors mean?

The guys guiding the fighters to land on the aircraft carriers have the biggest balls in the world. And it doesn’t really matter what they’re wearing, even though the color of the T-shirt is an international language of communication that fighter pilots from everywhere automatically understand. 1. Greens These gentlemen are responsible for the catapults during … Read more

7 things you need to know about the most terrible flying tank A-10 “Warthog”

The first aircraft in history designed to directly support ground units is still one of the most iconic aircraft ever, Nicknamed Warthog (Warthog Pig), it is a fear of tanks and infantry. His main trump card is a giant rotating machine gun (30 mm GAU-8 Gatling gun). What can such a thing actually do? 1. First … Read more